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Daily News – July 1, 2017

**NOTE: The news clips and articles listed don’t necessarily reflect the views or beliefs of the Cleveland Cavaliers or their Basketball Operations staff, partners, or sponsors.** Free Agency Roundup: Cavaliers to make Kyle Korver offer when free agency begins; eyeing Carmelo Anthony buyout
Author: Joe Vardon

CLEVELAND — The Cavaliers are expected to make Kyle Korver an offer to return to the team when NBA free agency begins at 12:01 a.m. Saturday, sources told

The Cavs are entering free agency with Korver and the Knicks’ Carmelo Anthony as perhaps their biggest targets, though the salary cap and New York’s reported refusal to buy Anthony out of the two years and $54 million he has remaining on his contract could complicate their hunt.

Free agents can sign new contracts July 6. – CLICK HERE to read full story. Free Agency Roundup: Turkish forward Cedi Osman, Cavaliers in negotiations on contract
Author: Joe Vardon

CLEVELAND, Ohio — Turkish forward Cedi Osman is negotiating with the Cavs on a contract for next season, sources told, and according to a report has informed his Euroleague club he’ll exercise the $1 million out clause in his contract.

Osman, 22, was acquired on draft night in 2015 from the Minnesota Timberwolves. He’s played the last four seasons for Anadolu Efes in Turkey, where he averaged 7.1 points in Euroleague play this season.

Euroleague journalist David Pick reported Friday that Osman told Anadolu Efes he was triggering his $1 million NBA buyout and was on his way to Cleveland to meet with staff. – CLICK HERE to read full story. Free Agency Roundup: Zach Randolph, Cavaliers show mutual interest
Author: Joe Vardon

CLEVELAND — The Cavaliers reached out to veteran power forward Zach Randolph and he is interested in joining the Eastern Conference champs as a free agent, a league source told

The Cavs opened the NBA’s free agency period Saturday by offering the league’s top 3-point shooter last season, Kyle Korver, a contract to return to Cleveland. Details of the contract offer and Korver’s response are unknown.

Teams can sign free agents starting July 6. – CLICK HERE to read full story.

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